Imagery and meaning, the cognitive science connection

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Abstract Taking the integrated viewpoints of causal theory of reference, cognitive science and the notion of correspondence principles from physics, this paper addresses the problems of creativity, the nature of visual imagery and the manner in which science progresses
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    Arthur I. Miller & Frederick W. Bullock (1994). Neutral Currents and the History of Scientific Ideas. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part A 25 (6):895-931.
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